Tuesday, Aug. 29, 2017 / News 12 First at FiveAUGUSTA, Ga. (WRDW) – In case you haven’t noticed, Augusta has a rich music scene. We are loaded with talented musicians. It’s also filled with families with children who are facing some serious health and financial issues. What if, the musicians could use their talents to connect with these kids and maybe make things a little better for those families? This month, we’re starting something new called 12 Bands/12 Kids.
The River Thames should be London’s greatest asset but for centuries it was a barrier rather than a connection. London turned its back on the dirty old industrial river, and it is only over the past 30 years that the city has rediscovered it.
NORTH AUGUSTA, S.C. (WRDW/WAGT) -- A big change on the political scene as Bob Pettit is sworn in as mayor of North Augusta. It's the first time the city has had a new mayor in 20 years. After two decades in office, long time mayor Lark Jones decided not to run for re-election. We caught up with the outgoing mayor with just a few hours left in his term. It's one of the last times he would walk into his office on the third floor as mayor of North Augusta.
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